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Psilocybin is thought to cause a decrease in brain activity in the parts of the brain typically associated with the “sense of self,” or “ego.”
Anecdotal evidence of 'acid casualties' — users who develop chronic psychosis —is not supported by data from large populations, researchers say.
A bag of shrooms can send your mind racing on a spiritual sprint, turning you into a soul surfing psychonaut.
Evidence shows that if you're spending less of your nights studying and more time smoking weed and getting laid until 3am, then you're probably wiser than the rest of us.
The theme of love and the need to reconnect with our true selves—addresses the underlying outcome of our psilocybin studies.
One of the most open minded, informative talks about substances which grow naturally and how their connection with humans have shaped our societal progression for millennia.
Bryan Lewis Saunders likes to take drugs, both legal and illegal, and then draw pictures of himself; the results are crazy.
After shrooming, the brain becomes “hyperconnected” and allows for increased communication between different brain regions.
Seeking a hallucinogenic plant that enables the local Amazonian Tribe to talk to elf-like "little men", Terrence McKenna's True Hallucinations is a bizarre psychedelic book.